We received a number of shots of the recent barn raising from the client. In addition to being a great guy, it turns out that he’s also a great photographer! The frame and the crew look amazing in every photo. I’ve selected a few to show you how good his shots are.
Things are nearing an end at the Forest Lakes Greeters Cottage project. We’ve touched up some stain on the exterior timbers, and are getting ready to install the last few interior components. The other trades are busy finishing the last few details, and the multi-purpose building will soon be ready for private functions, open house
As noted in our last post, we are very busy these days – too busy to post regularly to the blog it seems! One of the things that has been keeping us busy is this simple, but beautiful Douglas Fir barn frame. The client was looking for a basic, but attractive structure for storage and
Actual signs of spring are popping up all over the place, and it looks like winter is finally gone! It has been a while since we last posted, but we certainly were not hibernating over the winter. In fact, we have been very busy beavers. First, we have been working with Avondale Construction on the renovation
It has been a while since we last saw the home on Tracadie Bay in PEI, but we recently received some new photos from one of the other trades people. Andrew MacPhail of A & R Cabinetry Ltd. contacted us about another project and graciously sent along some of his photos. As you can see,
We’ve recently completed the assembly and erection of a beautiful new timber frame for a cottage in Weymouth, Nova Scotia. The frame measures 26’x34′, and has a gable dormer upstairs, on the south side. The entire upper floor area is used – there is no open cathedral space on the ground floor in this compact